Baylor's roster is stuffed with future NBA players. Brady Heslip is not one of them. But the sharpshooter and Kelly Leak doppelganger helped the Bears rumble past Colorado to the Sweet Sixteen by sinking nine threes.
This calls for a video montage!
Heslip's threes, which accounted for all of his 27 points in the game, keyed Baylor's 29-9 run to close the game, but fell short of both the NCAA Tournament record for threes in a game — Jeff Fryer sunk 11 for Loyola Marymount against Michigan in 1990 — and Baylor's own school record of 10 threes in a game, set by LaceDarius Dunn.
That just means Heslip will have to try again in the Sweet Sixteen, where Baylor will face a double-digit seed — either Xavier or Lehigh.
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